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Do you flip your cookie pans while baking?


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Do you flip your cookie pans while baking?

Lorry13 | Feb 9, 2014 08:51 AM

I just noticed my cookies at the end of the pan baked much faster than the rest in the oven of my new rental. I tried baking at a higher temp and cutting the cook time but still see the same thing. Most of my cookie recipes don't say to flip the pan and I never had a problem in 3 previous ovens I've used.

Is this something I'll have to do for all cookies now or does the oven need to be repaired?

I'm more concerned if I were baking a cake and half is cooked faster than the rest! (Plus in an earlier post I also mention how I'm also trying to figure out baking at an altitude, but having a new oven complicates matters!)

Thanks for any suggestions!!

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